People who think that if you don’t celebrate days like Father’s/Mother’s day it means you don’t love your father/mother are insane
someone left me a kinda condescending comment and then added “/pos” at the end of it so I guess that automatically makes it a nice thing to say to someone. ok.
Famous Players Paramount Theatre - Festival Hall, Toronto, CA (2000)
“The Paramount Theatre is Famous Players’ first entry into a city’s downtown core. To make the debut memorable for movie-goers, The International Design Group (Toronto) used the metaphor of a light & movement-filled journey that starts on the sidewalk outside the theater. A passage into the complex takes patrons from a visually stimulating ticket lobby to one of Canada’s longest escalator rides, around a corner into the pulsing “Vivid Lounge,” through a media-packed food court, and into an almost surreal “Decompression Chamber” — complete with glowing floors and color-morphing lights. The ride culminates with the individual theater destinations. Static low-voltage light, chasing neon, pulsing and projecting theatrical lighting, endpoint fiber-optics, new “spectrum morphing” light technology and blacklights add to the dynamic journey.”
Scanned from ‘Stores and Retail Spaces 4′ (2002)
apparently the kids at summer camp are obsessed with playing an irl version of Among Us and today i helped scheme with the other interns and counselors to come up with a list of “tasks” for the kids to do, which is really just chores to be done around the farm that we don’t want to do. and they love it. the kids love it. thank you, Among Us.
Odd Taxi illustrations by director Baku Kinoshita from his twitter